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Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm EDT
just adopt the english language as the official language for the purpose of the government. >> one section makes it necessary that the rule of english as a common language is preserved and enhanced. the proposal has become a hot topic on main street. >> i think it's a waste of taxpayers' money and time. here we have a board of republican commissioners who are supposed to be fiscally conservative and they're going to waste all this time and money on this? it's unnecessary. >> everybody here has been here long time. mostly elderly residents and i don't think they do want to learn how to speak any other language. i think carol county needs to speak english. >> it doesn't matter either way. i just moved here and it's not a big deal. >> commissioners said it will be exceptions. >> for purposes of education, that is absolutely a ok. it doesn't have any applicability to the private sector either. >> the proposal is not headed to a hearing where the public will get a chance to weigh in. >> passengers on a united airlines flight had to intervene when a man became irate. >> we >> in the race
Sep 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
government without the inconvenience of a tax. for african americans, i think the reasons may be more complex. first, many long to a religious denomination that takes a dim view of gambling. and they are figuring there goes the neighborhood in prince urges county. >> according to the washington post, and national -- penn national is seeking a 45% in maryland live. >> if the partnership for to go through, how would it benefit? >> in a couple ways. if he succeeds, he cuts his losses in half. penn national is going to take taft you lost. but he is a developer. he is going to continue to develop. in its operating capital. if he sells half, he has capital. >> the deal would have to be approved by the maryland state lottery agents say -- lottery agency. reporting live from the newsroom, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thanks much, david. that same poll shows that at the november election more help today maryland would approve same-sex marriage. 51% of likely voters in maryland are former the same sex mayor's lot. 6% have yet to make up their minds. -- 51% of likely voters in maryland are for the same-s
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
protected on line? not so easy to do. >> the government is updating their rules to keep children's information private. washington bureau reporter hallie jackson is in washington explaining what this means for parents. >> the children's world went into effect more than one decade ago, but think about how different things are online now. technology is changing so much so the rules should change. going on line for a while. >> probably since i was 5? >> that is just the age group they meant to help, kids under 13. >> i think it as a paramount importance for all parents. >> they want to update current rules about providing parental consent on a kid-friendly websites addressing cookies, code that can sometimes track how much overtime and potentially paint a very specific picture. >> the have a unique number to compile misinformation and then they have a pretty good idea that it is a nine year-old girl whose favorite color is pink. privacy ofasking for the day after discovering kids could up load pictures of themselves that were not deleted right away and stated public. mcdonald's says t
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